449-MW Duggar power project allotted to NHPC
The decision of allotting Duggar hydro electric project with capacity of 449 MW in NHPC for a period of 70 years after completion of which the project will revert to the state government with specified generation capacity was taken at the cabinet meeting.
Highest Growth Generating Company in Hydro in Public Sector - Teesta Urja
The New Delhi-based Teesta Urja was formed in 2005 with a mission to commission the 1,200 MW (6X200 MW) Teesta Stage - III Hydro Electric Project in a shortest possible time so that optimal benefits are accrued to the beneficiary states as well as to the state of Sikkim.
The SHP value chain benefits local economies
The most common technology used for hydro is run-of-the-river power plants that is used mostly for small hydro projects with capacity less than 25 MW. For large hydro the most common technology used is the pumped storage technology that uses reservoirs to store water, and generate power with the differential height.
Power 20:20 | Highest Growth Generating Companies in hydro in public sector - JKSPDCL
Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) is endowed with significant hydel potential which, when exploited fully, will provide strong impetus for economic growth. Development of this potential would need huge resources, technical expertise, administrative reforms, congenial environment, proper regulation and management, besides competitive marketing, policy formation and private participation.
Hydro power yet to take off
With increasing demand for electricity and rising gap between the demand and supply situation in India, there is an urgent need to tap all possible energy resources. Hydropower leads the list for various reasons.
We have increased our capex by 58 per cent
To begin with, we have approved an investment worth Rs 9,188 crore for Tanda Super Thermal Power Project, Stage-II (2x660 MW) in Uttar Pradesh. In addition, we also have approved Rs 1,381 crore investment for Rammam Hydro Electric Project, Stage-III (3x40 MW) in West Bengal.
Satluj Nigams second hydro-project starts generation
The 412 MW Rampur Hydro Electric Project, located in Kullu district, will be fully commissioned by June. The project on completion would generate 1,770 million units of electricity per annum, 30 per cent of which would be supplied to Himachal Pradesh, which is the company's equity partner.